Monday, August 16, 2010

Cheryl Wright, Saving Emma

Title: Saving Emma

Author: Cheryl Wright

Rating: Three Siren Stones

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Keywords: Crimson Rose

Page Count: 252 pages

ISBN E-Book: d1933

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press


Reviewer: Nikki


Emma Larkin is running for her life--nowhere is safe. Stalked by her husband's killers, desperate to protect her young daughter, Emma must find what the killers are looking for before she becomes their next victim. When undercover cop Gary Bedford planned a relaxing break, he hadn’t counted on bumping into Emma. Now he can't resist the temptation to discover all her secrets.... But should Emma trust her life and heart to Gary Bedford?...And can they solve the mystery surrounding her husband’s death -- and uncover his deadly secret?


All in all, Saving Emma was a good read. The premise and plot were good, and kept me reading. I did have distractions due to constant scene and point of view changes, so sometimes it was hard to follow.

I felt that the hero, Gary, was pushy at times. Though Gary's family had me laughing out loud at their quirkiness and amused me. They had wit and charm. Emma's daughter, though only four years old, is fiercely independent and loveable, and very wise for her age.

Add in the suspense, deceit, and lies for the conflict. I liked this book, and was pleased with the ending.

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